Acrobatic Tenement is the debut album from At the Drive-In, released in 1996. It is considered to have a particularly raw sound, and was recorded on the lowest of budgets (believed to be around US$600), but remains arguably one of the band's finest works. The album is often compared with releases from Fugazi and Sonic Youth, due partly to its chaotic and emotionally charged music. It has been speculated that the raw sound usually associated with this album was due to the band recording the album under the influence of marijuana, such that the recording session was treated more as a rehearsal. It is possible that time and money constraints prevented re-recording, hence the disc was printed with many of the tracks raw and unpolished. ...more on Wikipedia about "Acrobatic Tenement"
Alfaro Vive, Carajo! is the second EP by At the Drive-In. Released in 1995, the work captures the enthusiastic dynamic of the band. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alfaro Vive, Carajo!"
El Gran Orgo is the third EP by At the Drive-In. It was recorded in 1997 without band member Jim Ward, released that same year on Offtime Records. ...more on Wikipedia about "El Gran Orgo"
Hell Paso is the first EP by At the Drive-In, released in 1994 on Western Breed Records. It easily is the most sought-after At The Drive-In piece of vinyl, and in the early 2000s was seen to be sold for nearly $100 on eBay, though it is now less expensive. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hell Paso"
In/Casino/Out is the second album by the El Paso post-hardcore band At the Drive-In, released in 1998. It was recorded as live studio album, with the intention of better capturing their impressive live sound. ...more on Wikipedia about "In/Casino/Out"
Relationship of Command is the third and final album by At the Drive-In, released in 2000 through Grand Royal. At the time, At the Drive-In were receiving a lot of attention from the rock press, and it was largely due to this buzz that the album became their first really successful release. Although it remains a point of contention amongst more die-hard fans, Relationship of Command is generally considered to be At the Drive-In's best album. ...more on Wikipedia about "Relationship of Command"
This Station Is Non-Operational: Anthology is a "righteous" compilation by the now-defunct post-hardcore band At the Drive-In. It was released on May 24, 2005. ...more on Wikipedia about "This Station Is Non-Operational"
Vaya is the fourth EP by At the Drive-In, released in 1999. It can be seen as musically bridging the gap between their previous album, In/Casino/Out ( 1998), and their following and final album, Relationship of Command ( 2000). ...more on Wikipedia about "Vaya"
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